Double Eleven, the leading game developer responsible for titles such as Minecraft Dungeons, Goat Simulator and Prison Architect, has passed its 300th employee.
The studio surpassed 200 employees in the summer of 2021 and recently opened an additional office in Malaysia. Its 300th employee was Katie Atkins (pictured), who was appointed operations assistant, joining from Santander.
The Middlesbrough-based company is currently collaborating on a number of high-profile games, including Fallout 76 with Bethesda Game Studios, as well as unannounced projects for consoles such as the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 5.
He is recruiting people all over the world, from the United States, Japan, Europe, etc.
Lee Hutchinson, Founder and CEO of Double Eleven, said, “The scale and complexity of the projects we work on have allowed us to triple the size of our team in the last 18 months, which is phenomenal.
Katie Atkins, 300th employee, added: “I am delighted to join Double Eleven. My partner works here as a junior programmer, he has been with the company for two years and often talks about the quality of the company, so I already knew it was an incredibly special place to work.
“My new role is different from my previous job, but Double Eleven recognized that my previous skills and experience were exactly what they were looking for.”